Boomkat Product Review:
If you’ve ever heard Philip Jeck play you’ll know that he manages to weave the most evocative and uncanny sound tapestries using little more than modified gramophones and some effects pedals. This second chapter of the Vinyl Coda is considered to be a Jeck masterpiece, originally released in the late 90s and now re-mastered for this much needed vinyl edition.
"Philip Jeck revolutionised the world of experimental music with his pioneering turntable collage work, with his hazy and intuitive narrative of sounds that never quite head in the direction you expect. In these sets, Jeck uses a number of turntables and prepared records to create strange soundscapes in which crackles and pops meet with antiquated comments (from self-help records, for instance) and disembodied snippets of music from all fields. The juxtaposition of odd, unrelated sources and the accumulation of a number of layers of sound are what drive these pieces forward, what captures the attention.”